For some reason, Kanye West decided to perform Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” at last weekend’s Glastonbury Festival. He didn’t do a very good job, and he should probably avoid the song in the future. Regardless, someone took the time to edit Kanye’s performance with archival footage of Mercury looking on and laughing. Eventually, the clip cuts to Mercury belting out the song as West, well, doesn’t laugh at all.
YG unbuckles his belt and slides down his jeans to right below his hip joint — just enough to show the oatmeal coloured bandages covering his fresh bullet wounds. The rapper, who was shot on June 12, talks to Billboard about the incident, how he hasn’t left the streets behind and what to expect from his new album, ‘Still Krazy.’
Nekrogoblikon have unveiled a brilliant new video, We Need A Gimmick, taken from their Heavy Meta album. The goblin metallers have released a new album this month via Mystery Box Records – and you can check out their latest video – the follow-up to the hilarious No One Survives. Watch it now, and let us know what you think in the comments!
At 4pm Skepta told his fans on Twitter to meet him in an empty car park at sundown. Twitter listened, and by 8pm that same night, just as planned, sh*t loads of people showed up to get Shoreditch #shutdown. In the Ace Hotel before the show, Skepta recalls how doing this has been a long term dream. All the way back in 2010 he tweeted, “One day I’m gonna have a party in a car park and you can all come for free.”
Meanwhile at Pinkpop Festival in Holland, John Coffey lead singer David Achter De Molen catches a beer, thrown from deep in the crowd, while crowd walking, and f**ken drinks it like a boss! I can’t figure out which impressed me more, the dude catching the beer, or that the cup was flying through the air at half full. The singer gets all the credit, but it was a magnificent toss.
It’s been rumoured for a few weeks and now it’s arrived: One of the biggest Cleveland hip-hop collaborations in quite some time. Machine Gun Kelly just released a major remix for his latest single “Till I Die – Part 2″ featuring Cleveland heavyweights Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ray Cash, French Montana and Yo Gotti. Watch the video and Lace Up!